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'Healthy' bones of contention: Stakeholders at odds over added sugar and saturated fat

Should butter, orange juice and cranberries be labeled as 'healthy'?

There is significant disagreement between key stakeholders over how to define ‘healthy’ on food labels, with added sugar and saturated fat proving the biggest bones of contention, and heated debate over whether fruit juice deserves a ‘healthy’ label.

How far down the supply chain do consumers - and plaintiff's attorneys - expect you to look to prove your 'clean label' credentials?

CLEAN LABEL 2.0: Natural flavors and preservatives, pesticide residues, and Non-GMO in the spotlight

'Clean label' is a term widely used in b2b communications, but Panera is one of the first major brands to talk about 'clean' eating with consumers

SPECIAL REPORT: Consumers and ‘clean’ food: Where is the clean label trend going next?

What types of food, if any, should be allowed to bear the term ‘healthy?’

Oldways: ‘It’s time we stopped tying ‘healthy’ to a formula of nutrients divorced from actual foods’

FDA culls huge number of foreign food facility registrations

FDA culls huge number of foreign food facility registrations

Could an offer from Albertsons trigger a bidding war for Whole Foods?

Albertsons and Whole Foods? Not a match made in heaven, say analysts

Sir Kensington's founders Mark Ramadan (left) and Scott Norton (right). Picture: Meredith Jenks

Sir Kensington's co-founder: 'We wanted to make sure that we weren’t going to be swallowed up and de-prioritized'

Picture: istockphoto Zakharova_Natalia

Chickpea protein in the spotlight as high-profile investors pump $8m into Nutriati

The FoodNavigator-USA 2017 reader survey results

The FoodNavigator-USA reader survey results: ‘We’re in the 3G era... where cost cutting is valued over growth’

Mark Rampolla, PowerPlant Ventures, Bruce Friedman buy Beanfields

Mark Rampolla: Beanfields could be a $20-30m snack business before you even think about brand extensions

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